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Old 11-16-2005, 11:10 PM   #1
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Where to get liverock?

With liverocks.com temporarily out of commission, where is the best (inexpensive) place to get high quality live rock?
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Old 11-16-2005, 11:40 PM   #2
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Old 11-16-2005, 11:53 PM   #3
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Drs. Foster&Smith (LiveAquaria.com) has a sale going on for their Fiji Rock. $89 plus shipping for 45lb box.
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I am also new to this, but I have done some searching on the Web. Dr. Foster does have a sale but it is not cured and SH comes out to $53, ouch. I found this other site www.seatrademarine.com that is also having a sale on cured fiji rock that per there description has coraline algea on 60%. SH is only $30, Has anyone used this site?
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Yeah ok, however, keep in mind that any rock you buy that is shipped ground is going to basically be uncured by the time you get it due to die off... Seatrademarine's rock is actually over $200 for the 50lb box if you want it safely sent to you prolly with little or no die off... DFS, is 90+53 =143 for next or 2nd day? sounds better to me...
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liveaquaria.com would be my second choice. Good reputation and the LR is pretty decent.

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